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  • Tshivenda is the tongue the Venda people, who are culturally closer to the Shona people of Zimbabwe
  • Tshivenda is concentrated in the province of Limpopo, where almost 74% of Tshivenda speakers live
  • The Venda people first settled in the Soutpansberg Mountains region
  • Tshivenda is another of South Africa's minority languages, it is spoken by 2.4% of South Africans

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English Translation: come

Language: Tshivenda

to move or travel towards the speaker or with the speaker

English Translation: fool

Language: Tshivenda

a person who behaves in a silly way without thinking

English Translation: potato

Language: Tshivenda

a round vegetable which grows underground and has white flesh with light brown, red or pink skin, or the plant on which these grow

English Translation: ogre

Language: Tshivenda

large frightening character in children’s stories who eats children

English Translation: flood 

Language: Tshivenda

to overflow with water

English Translation: supplement

Language: Tshivenda

something which is added to something else in order to improve it or complete it; something extra

English Translation: make full

Language: Tshivenda

make full, also in a metaphorical sense; an instance of filling something, especially the fuel tank of a car.

English Translation: complete

Language: Tshivenda

 to finish

English Translation: diet 

Language: Tshivenda

kind of food eaten regularly

English Translation: table

Language: Tshivenda

a flat surface, usually supported by four legs, used for putting things on

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